Posted June 25
Mozilla is building a better internet.
The open Internet is in danger.
Around the globe, the Internet’s defining characteristics — openness, freedom, potential for innovation — are under threat.
How? Monopolies are growing in influence, with a handful of tech giants acting as gatekeepers to access and information. Walled gardens are increasingly shepherding users to corners of the Web where content is tightly controlled and carefully curated. Mass surveillance by governments and profit-motivated companies is becoming routine. And ill-advised Internet legislation is emerging on every continent, endangering net neutrality.
To combat these threats, Mozilla has grown its policy and advocacy teams. In addition to advocating for strong policy positions, we also need to engage the emotions and curiosity of everyday Internet users. That’s why we want to bring in creative hackers - tinkerers and explorers who are most energized when creating web experiences that help people understand and take action on our issues.
Similar to a residency, we want to bring in a new creative perspective to create things like: - Interactive movies that respond to the user (something like this https://donottrack-doc.com ) - “Explainers” that help people understand complicated online processes (something like this http://o-c-r.org/adcells/ ) - “Explorables” that help users understand systems and broad concepts (like this http://ncase.me/neurons/) - Browser add ons that help viewers understand the web while browsing (like this https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/lightbeam/) - Fun and whimsical apps that give people a memorable experience around an issue (like this http://el.s.todo.to.it/cryptoloji/1131/#/welcome)
You will join the Advocacy Media team, working with designers, developers, marketers, filmmakers and activists.
Please include in your application:
An easy way for us to browse your portfolio. This could be via your github profile, a personal website, or other means.
A well written cover letter that explains why this position interests you and why you are the right person for it. Clarity of expression is important to us.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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